Disabled people deserve to know, from our school days, that we’re not just cases, diagnoses, or “not really disabled”; we’re part of a community with its own histories and t…
Tips for the Newly Disabled
Offers a number of tips and advice to newly disabled persons who suddenly find themselves with a disability.
Change the way you think about disabilities forever! Adaptive sports at Disabled Sports USA
Please subscribe! Disabled Sports USA is your home for adaptive sports for wounded warriors, youth and adults with disabilities. Check out inspiring adaptive...
Be the Change: Six Disabled Activists On Why the Resistance Must Be Accessible
A roundtable with disabled advocates, leaders, and protesters on how they came to activism, building an inclusive movement, and resources you should know about.
10 activists changing lives for disabled people around the world
Despite facing social stigma, economic exclusion and everyday physical challenges, these activists are fighting to make the world listen to the rights of disabled people
Why Microsoft’s President Thinks Tech Must Be More Inclusive
That includes the disabled, the poor, and the disconnected.
Tips for the Future Care of Disabled Family Members
The new 529A savings account, special needs trusts and professional advice are among the tools that can make planning decades ahead less overwhelming.
Google's pioneering $20 million bid to help disabled feel empowered
The Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities project aims to promote emerging technologies that increase independence for people living with disabilities.
Injured robots learn to limp
Like most computers, robots are highly efficient… until something goes wrong. But could they learn to adapt to mechanical faults? Scientists have been delibe...
People With Disabilities Say What They Want To See In Comics
"It's possible to have a disabled character and not talk about their disability."
Here's how we take back the Internet
Appearing by telepresence robot, Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 about surveillance and Internet freedom. The right to data privacy, he suggests, is not a partisan issue, but requires a fundamental rethink of the role of the internet in our lives — and the laws that protect it. "Your rights matter," he says, "because you never know when you're going to need them." Chris Anderson interviews, with special guest Tim Berners-Lee.
What Is a Robot?
Why I wrote the Americans with Disabilities Act
Before the ADA, disabled Americans faced appalling, devastating discrimination.
Why Robots Will Always Need Us
Give humans more credit when it comes to avoiding disaster.
Google.org's Giving $20 Million to Engineer a Better World for the Disabled
Whether its bets succeed or fail, Dot-org may well shape our expectations for how philanthropy is done by the very wealthy and the very powerful in the future.
How One Man's Trip to Toys 'R' Us Brought Mobility to Hundreds of Disabled Kids
This $200 alternative to a power wheelchair could get thousands of physically impaired kids mobile
A guide to robotic process automation and intelligent automation
Both Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Intelligent Automation (IA) have the potential to make business processes smarter and more efficient.
Facebook’s “Empathy Lab”: How Facebook designs for disabled users
Facebook is releasing its tenets for how it makes the social network accessible to all users -- regardless of physical ability.